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'HANSEL AND GRETEL'

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ACT III
DAWN. The Dewman (Soprano) comes. singing ' I'm up with early dawning.'
The children wake.
As the mist finally clears, they find themselves in the haunts of the Witch (Mezzo-
Soprano), who in these Scenes shuts Hänsel in her cage (to fatten him for eating) and transfixes Gretel, but is eventually pushed into her own oven by the children. The oven flares up, then crashes to the ground. Spells are broken, and a lot of children whom the witch has entranced come to life again. There is a general dance and song of all the children.
10.15 EDITH FURMEDGE (Contralto)
HEDDLE NASH (Tenor)
ARNOLD TROWELL ('Cello)

10.20 EDITH FURMEDGE I know a bank - Martin Shaw
The Bolls of Christmas - Martin Shaw
0 that we two were may ing - Nevin
10.28 HEDDLE NASH 0 Land Entrancing ('L'Africaine') - Meyerbeer
Songs my Mother taught me - Dvorak
Vesti la giubba (' On with The Motley ' -
from' Pagliacci,' 'The Play Actors') - Leoncavallo
10.36 ARNOLD TROWELL Hungarian Folk Song - arr. Trowell
Rigaudon - Trowell
Spanish Serenade - Popper
Mazurka in D - Chopin, arr. Trowell
10-46 EDITH FURMEDGE When the Swallows homeward fly - Valerie White
A Memory - Valerie White
Let us forget - Valerie White
10.53 HEDDLE NASH Ave Maria - Kahn
An Evening Song - Blumenthal

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